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mmcmdl

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:dancing banana:I found my mill finally after many months of cleaning and sorting . It's a Lagun FTV-2S that I reclaimed from one of my former companies last year . I used to run it back in 89 when it was new . It has been taken care of and is still tight ! Now , to get some juice hooked to it .

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If you happen to find an extra one, I'll be glad to take it off your hands. :D
 

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Wish i had a big enough shop to lose stuff like that..lol
 

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mmcmdl,
can i come play in your garage?
i promise i'll scrape and/or oil flake anything you set in front of me....:grin:
 

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Hi All,

I just practically inherited a new-to-me Lagun FTV-2S. If anyone knows good sources of documentation etc, I'd be much obliged. English, or the original Spanish both acceptable. No, my Spanish isn't anywhere near my English, but my machinst's Spanish isn't far behind my limited machinist's English, so both are OK :)

A good machinist friend checked it out and believes it to be solid and have only moderate wear (an only one table ding) but it set for a while, so it needs lots of TLC, the oiling system gone over, a handle or two, and of course, a phase converter.

Would love to hear about more info on these.
thanks
Roger
 
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